Ritholtz's 10 Thursday Reads: Good Advice on Bad Advice
Good morning. Some reads for your Thursday pleasure:
• Five Tech Stocks, $400 Billion Cash (YCharts)
• 10 Value Investing Blogs to Follow (Wall Street Survivor) but see Momentum as the Only Reliable Market Anomaly (Climateer Investing)
• Morgan Stanley Underwrites TSLA Convertible Offering Day After 100 Percent Stock Price Upgrade (Zero Hedge)
• What Will Bernanke Title His Book? Twitter Weighs In (Real Time Economics) see also Survey Says: Social Media Gaining Importance as Investment Tool (MoneyBeat)
• Builder borrowing is on the rise, a sign supply crunch for new homes could soon ease. (WSJ)
• Will the Supreme Court Save Us From Software Patents? (The Switch)
• Tarullo on Monetary Policy and Financial Stability (Tim Duy's Fed Watch)
• Newspaper Denies Attorney General Profile Is Donald Trump's Revenge (BuzzFeed) see also A New York Observer Article Brings a Spat in Trump's Orbit (NY Times)
• Best Advice: Spot Bad Advice Early in Your Career (LinkedIn)
• Patton Oswalt on the strange comic legacy of Bill Hicks (Slate)
What are you reading?
Consumer Confidence and the Unemployment Rate
(Barry Ritholtz writes about finance, the economy and the business world for Bloomberg View. Follow him on Twitter @Ritholtz.)
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